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Thank God for the Cotton: Memoir of a Mill Worker’s Daughter Paperback – November 12, 2017
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About the Author
Dr. Smith, a registered nurse and educator, grew up on a textile mill village in South Carolina. Experienced as a scholastic and opinion writer she now sheds the academic regalia and relates her memoir as a mill worker's daughter. She believes in the practical application of knowledge as she advocates for the needs of the older population, the forgotten, and left out. She teaches Sunday School, visits the homebound, and is a hospice volunteer.
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